Communicating and disseminating findings
An important part of the work of National Information Platforms for Nutrition (NIPN) is to produce evidence-based analysis to inform national policy makers and programme planners and to support their decisions.
Based on a review of the literature, on interviews with key informants, and on the analysis of a range of information products in the field of nutrition, this guidance note identifies the best practices to apply when producing any materials, in order to ensure that outputs are seen, understood by, and hopefully acted upon, by their intended audience.
Policy makers are busy, so evidence needs to be presented as clearly and effectively as possible
The key recommendations, intended for those who are looking to develop effective materials to influence policy making, are summarized on the following pages.
The full report can be downladed below.
|Pittore K, Meeker J, Barker T. Practical considerations for communicating evidence to policy makers: identifying best practices for conveying research findings. Montpellier, France: Agropolis International, Global Support Facility for the National Information Platforms for Nutrition initiative. 2017.|